Could someone help with the following question:

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It's in a very different style to what I'm used to. i can see that I need to use the product rule on the right hand side but I'm not sure how to..

Thanks

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- June 28th 2010, 11:15 AMmaggiecFind u in terms of x from a given DE
Could someone help with the following question:

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It's in a very different style to what I'm used to. i can see that I need to use the product rule on the right hand side but I'm not sure how to..

Thanks - June 28th 2010, 11:19 AMAckbeet
This is actually a differential equation, and you're going to need to integrate to find the final answer. The equation given is not, in general, true. But the problem is obviously assuming it is true. So, what I would do first is expand the LHS by using the product rule, and then solve for du/dx. See what happens.

- June 28th 2010, 12:14 PMmaggiec
- June 28th 2010, 12:18 PMAckbeet
Excellent!